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AmbianceNautilusMod-Dark

  

GTK 2.x Theme/Style

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AmbianceNautilusMod-Dark
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Downloads:  2889
Submitted:  May 5 2010
Updated:  May 12 2010

Description:

This is an edit of AmbianceNautilusMod by albyrock87.

I just edited the colours to make it dark, and changed the various orange-y items (progressbar, check buttons) to purple to avoid high-contrast.

Feel free to report any complaints at the comments below.

Enjoy!
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Version 0.2

More colour tweaks. Highlights to purple for less contrast, text colour matches the ubuntu-mono-dark panel icons.
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Version 0.3

Fixed the obnoxious white borders on some panel buttons, and some other color incosistencies.
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Version 0.4

-- Default color is now blue, and you can easily change it from the appearance preferences. All the colored items and widgets should follow your color choice.
-- Theme recommends the MeliaeSVG iconset now, which I believe goes best with it.
-- Various tweaks for progressbars, scrollbars, etc.




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 Firefox

 
 by stribianese91 on: May 5 2010
 
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Does it work good with firefox? Have this theme the same problems of the dark GTK theme (e.g. input bar in Google)?


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 Re: Firefox

 
 by koleoptero on: May 5 2010
 
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That problem goes for any theme that has a dark colour for input boxes as far as I know. If you want to get past that you'll have to edit something in your userchrome file. Alas I don't know what.

It is usable though, even though the input box is dark, the text colour appears white.

You can of course install it and check it out :)


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 too bad

 
 by mtax on: May 12 2010
 
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Too bad that it use the special gay ubuntu style pink/purple colors


Ubuntu is an old African word, it means "I am a stupid shit, I don't know how to netinstall Debian"
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 Re: too bad

 
 by koleoptero on: May 12 2010
 
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I'll make it editable next time, so that you can change it from the theme preferences, it's easy. To be honest I don't even remember why I went for purple.


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